Network segregation is key and all OT networks should be separated from the corporate network and from each other
Developed by a consortium that is now called the Bluetooth Special Interest Group, the technology saw initial contributions from companies including Ericsson, IBM, Toshiba, Nokia and Intel, the last of which employed Jim Kardach who proposed using "Bluetooth" as a
Red Hat's Mike Bursell believes developers should think about security before they even begin to deploy containers.
Humans have been solving problems for hundreds of years, but in the past couple of decades, we experienced the most significant boom known to man. Healthcare, transport, and communication is continually being updated, and innovation is the new norm. In a smaller scale, everything we use will become better and faster every few years.
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Dynabook's David Sims explains how frontline and field workers could benefit from wearable devices such as AR smart glasses.
A Rutgers-led team has created better biosensor technology that may help lead to safe stem cell therapies for treating Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases and other neurological disorders.